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Vitamin D Metabolites Influence T Cell Priming

News   Apr 18, 2019 | Original story from The University of Edinburgh

 
Vitamin D Metabolites Influence T Cell Priming

Vitamin D, which is sourced from direct sunlight and a small number of foods, is important for many functions including maintaining health bones, teeth and muscles. A new study revealed insights on the role of vitamin D in regulating T cell priming.

 
 
 

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